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Cognitive Tasks Design by Applying Computer Modeling System for Forming Competences in Mathematics

EasyChair Preprint no. 4323

16 pagesDate: October 5, 2020


The article defines the basic concepts of “cognition”, “cognitive activity”, “cognitive task”, “cognitive competence”, “system of computer modeling”; types of computer models; it determines the components and structure of pupils’ competence formation in mathematics on the basis of solving cognitive tasks using computer simulation systems; specifies levels and types of cognitive tasks; singles out features, basic components and levels of pupils’ cognitive activity of general secondary education institutions. It was found out that different types of cognitive tasks (emotional-figurative, evaluation-educational, practical-educational, theoretically oriented, information-oriented) consistent with their levels of complexity (learning-reproductive, analytical, theoretical, applied, research, creative) form a system for the development of cognitive abilities of a high school pupil. It is determined that assessment of cognitive abilities of pupils can be carried out according to the following criteria: cognitive bases, cognitive processes, cognitive activity and cognitive qualities. It is established that the use of cognitive tasks using computer modeling systems will facilitate the formation of pupils' competences in mathematics. It is substantiated that the use of computer modeling systems will provide variability of tasks, complexity, universal access, organization of individual and team work.

Keyphrases: CMODS, cognition, cognitive abilities, cognitive activity, cognitive task, computer modeling system, Services, structure, system of development

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  author = {Svitlana Lytvynova},
  title = {Cognitive Tasks Design by Applying Computer Modeling System for Forming Competences in Mathematics},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 4323},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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